Taylor Swift has premiered a new behind-the-scenes video for her 2021 short film, ‘All Too Well’.
The track was originally featured on 2012’s ‘Red’, but was rerecorded and expanded into a ten-minute version for last year’s rerelease, ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’; the short film accompaniment was released last November and starred Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, with writing and direction from Swift.
It went on to win Best Video, Best Long-form Video & Best Direction at the MTV EMAs, and also claimed the title of Favourite Music Video at the American Music Awards (AMAs). It is now in the running for Best Music Video (and Song Of The Year) at the 2023 Grammy Awards, which will air in February.
“The first seeds of this short film were planted over ten years ago, and I’ll never forget the behind the scenes moments of the shoot,” Swift has shared via social media. “I owe everything to [Sadie Sink], Dylan O’Brien, my incredible DP [Rina Yang], and my producer [Saul Germaine]. I also want to say thank you to our wonderful background actors and crew who made this story come to life so naturally. I loved every second of it and I will always remember it. All. Too. Well.”
You can revisit ‘All Too Well: The Short Film’ here:
You can find the new behind-the-scenes footage below: